#BlackGirlMagic

"I couldn’t have even imagined that I would be recognized or celebrated for things that just come natural to me."

The freedom fighter, abolitionist and former slave continues to be immortalized.

Tausha Robertson may be a tech newbie, but she is revolutionizing the beauty game with her new app.

During a speech in Argentina, FLOTUS stressed, "I decided not to listen to the voices of those who doubted or dismissed me." Preach!

The 20-year-old's return to the podium is her first win before the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro this August. Douglas finished strong, earning a score of 60.165 during the competition.

The “Flying Squirrel” isn't playing about her Olympic #RoadToRio, winning her first gold medal since 2012.

When the House of Representatives has free time, they name post offices. Comedian Bob Hope, singers Ray Charles and Nat King Cole are several of the celebrities who have received post offices in their honor. These bills typically pass unanimously with a 381-0 vote but one legendary person in particular only received 371 votes. Nine Republicans […]

Brooklyn’s Anaya Lee Willabus is the youngest published author in U.S. history to write a chapter book. Her work, titled The Day Mohan Found His Confidence, is about a boy’s struggle to balance his life at home and at school – something to which we can all relate.

What does a nine-year-old girl who loves to read and write do? Write her own book, of course.

Ms. Bassett drops some #BlackGirlMagic gems and how she'll say farewell to Obama when he leaves the White House.